Satellite P100 stops and then restarts

G ' Day, my laptop starts up fine and then after a while, a few minutes to a few hours, it will instantly die without warning, then restart as if it was a new beginning. There are no errors of seizures.

I had verified system, wiped the hard drive, changed the HDD and mem, I am runnimg XP pro.
It is now in the bios ok, but when in windows it will shut down and restart. I don't think that this temp is a problem due to restart at 4 minutes. 3 years running fine, then this.

Any ideas?

Neil

Jin

You can stop due to overheating. you need to clean:

http://forums.computers.Toshiba-Europe.com/forums/Ann.jspa?annID=40

If you do not have a jet of compressed air, you can use a vacuum cleaner (not the best solution to clean but better than nothing).

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